Ultimate MMA Strength And Conditioning Review
Becoming an MMA (mixed martial arts) fighter requires a great deal of dedication and discipline, effectively sacrificing normal life style at the expense of work and family. MMA becomes your work, and it definitely shows, both in physical strength and in chiseled, hyper-attractive physical appearance.
But what if it doesn’t have to be like that, what if you can achieve the masterful physique of an MMA fighter without sacrificing other aspects of your life, especially if you only want to train for fun instead for an actual competition?
Ultimate MMA Strength and Conditioning program aims to achieve this goal by the method of Specific Programmed Periodization.
Traditional workout systems have 3 major flaws which render them inappropriate for someone whose life doesn’t revolve around fighting, and Ultimate MMA Strength and Conditioning system rectifies each of them:
#1 – Strength
Strength is relatively easy to acquire with many different workout routines, but it is also easy to reach a plateau where you cease to gain progress. The method of periodization solves this by instructing you how to perform and when. Each exercise set builds upon the previous one, so you never prematurely plateau, but only grow stronger as you move along the sets.
#2 – Cardio
Cardio is enhanced by 3 different modes or energy systems: anaerobic lactic (An-L), anaerobic alactic (An-A), and aerobic.
Each workout set targets a different system, and as is the case with strength training, so too must each cardio energy system be periodized to ensure that your body doesn’t reach a plateau before maximum enhancement takes place.
It’s all about training smart, not hard.
#3 – Power
Although medicine ball workout are traditionally the optimal way to acquire knockout potential, most fighters are greatly diminishing its efficacy by doing too much reps and not enough resting.
MMA Specific Programming and Periodization takes care of all of these inefficiency issues by ensuring your training is strategic and synergistic, where all the physical attributes are targeted at the right moment. Consequently, you will avoid overtraining, fatigue, unnecessary and impeding soreness and injury.
Eric Wong, MMA Strength and Conditioning Coach, tested and tweaked this program with over 1,000 fighters, the most prominent ones being:
- Subaig Singh (won his first 2 MMA fights)
- Claude Patrick (won UFC debut by guillotine in the 2nd round)
- Chad Leonhardt (managed to score a notable KO in Bellator)
- Rocci Williams (turned around a 1-6 record)
You will be able to choose from 3 different training templates: 8, 12, or 16 weeks with detailed outlines for: cardio, medicine ball, bodyweight circuits, NRG System Complexes, weight training, intervals, core…along with precise reps, sets and resting periods. Behind each method is a scientific background and theory, so you are never left in the dark as to why you need to do certain things in a certain way.
To conclude, the Ultimate MMA Strength and Conditioning program contains 5 items:
- Master Manual
- Training Guide
- Streaming Video Exercise Library
- Pdf Exercise Library
- Quickstart Checklist
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